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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of patriate.


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  • From this conversation -- and many similar, with various ex-patriates 'wives -- I learned that while certain oppressions exist in Qatar such as no drinking except at these expensive hotels, which makes any alcohol -- at fifteen dollars a glass of wine -- a luxury for the rich, it is a relatively easy place to live.

    Karin Badt: The Doha-Tribeca Film Festival: Robert DeNiro, Kevin Spacey and Directors in Burkas

  • Not too many ex-patriates will chose to live in Cuernavaca based on the online weather reports if climate is their most important criteria when choosing where to live in México.

    Winters in Zacatecas

  • It is patrolled by security and is a comfortable setting for ex-patriates, yet close to town.

    Escaping Domestic Suburbia by Living Abroad For Awhile

  • Here are few examples of blogs written by ex-patriates in Paraguay.

    Paraguay: Ex-Pat Bloggers Share New Experiences

  • It was founded by US ex-patriates and is registered in Panama.

    Boing Boing

  • Of course, Argentina is a country with a thriving European culture especially in Buenos Aires made up of numerous ex patriates who settled in the exotic continent of South America—it makes sense that the Western literary tradition would be the primary influence on these stories.

    Kalpa Imperial by Angélica Gorodischer

  • But Arab-American leaders complain law enforcers are too quick to equate the pride some ex-patriates take in Hizbullah's stand against Israel -- or even just the sympathy they feel for the Lebanese people -- with support for terrorism.

    Nasrallah's Men Inside America

  • It seems to me that when one ex-patriates themselves for whatever reasons and lives as a minority among those not of the same “culture,” so again not very telling, if at all meaningful, as far as the putative relationship between “culture” and the form of government.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why People Get Much Worse Government than they Deserve:

  • This book offers a glimpse of post-communist Budapest through the eyes of young American ex-patriates.

    Reader reviews of Prague by Arthur Phillips.

  • We discovered that Cabanas Puerto Morelos was for sale and subsequently purchased the property from former ex-patriates Coni and Bill Butcher who had lived there for 12 years.

    Roger Cunningham


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